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Manos immigrated to Kingston in 1954 with his late first wife, with whom he has two children. He describes his experiences in these early days of the Greek community, when the community was divided between those who went to Ottawa for church and those who went to Watertown. As the son of a priest, church was always an important part of Manos’s life, and so he quickly became involved in the religious life of the community. Eventually, he became involved in community council as well and made...
Topics: greece, greek diaspora, greek canadian, kingston, greeks in kingston
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Fr. Chrysostomos is a beloved former priest for our Greek Community, and is currently a priest in Sarnia. Kingston’s Greek Community has a special place in his heart because it is here that he had his first parish as an ordained priest. In this interview, we speak about the Orthodox Religion, the role of the Priest, the role of the church in the Greek community, and much more. We also speak about Fr. Achilleos’s family: his wife Presvytera Dina, and his children Maria, Joanna, Nektaria, and...
Topics: greek, greek canadian, greek diaspora, greek orthodoxy, orthodox, greek orthodox, priest, greek...
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Maureen became part of the Greek Community in Kingston when she married Spiro Sakell, also a narrator included in the project. In this interview, she speaks about her extensive involvement in the community – especially her involvement with Folklore, an important annual cultural event in Kingston from the 1970s to 1990s. Maureen was also part of the Daughters of Penelope, the female auxiliary group to AHEPA, and so she provides insight on what it was like to be part of what was once a central...
Topics: greek, greek history, greek diaspora, kingston, kingston history, greek canadian, greek canadians,...
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Jul 9, 2020
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After completing her Master’s degree and after teaching in Thessaloniki, Olga moved to the United States. Once she met her husband, Aris, he received a job offer at Queen’s University and so they moved to Kingston together. Olga describes her difficulties leaving her family to move to Canada permanently, and her difficulties adjusting to life in Kingston. Olga began working at Queens too, and eventually became a Greek School teacher in the Greek community in Kingston for 7 years. As Olga...
Topics: greek, greek history, greek diaspora, kingston, kingston history, greek canadian, greek canadians,...
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Jul 9, 2020
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The interview is in Greek. Dr. Glykeria (or Glyka) Martou was born in Kavala, Greece, and moved to Canada in 1994 with plans to become a medical doctor. She studied at University of Waterloo and University of Toronto. She became a Canadian citizen in 2009. When she arrived to Kingston’s Greek community, she found it amazing to see how Greeks kept all their traditions while being in Canada.  Glykeria is a successful plastic surgeon who leads a team for breast reconstruction surgery for breast...
Topics: greek, greek canadian, greek history, greek canadian history, greek diaspora, oral history,...
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This interview is in Greek. John Karkoulis was born at Thana, Tripoli in the prefecture of Arcadia in Greece. He came to Kingston in 1953 to join his older brother George and his younger brother Pete who were already living in Kingston. The three brothers, before buying the LaSalle Motel in 1969 (now known as the Travelodge Motel), owned a restaurant at Princess and Division called the “Lunch Bar”, or often called “the GJP” (for George, John, and Peter). Today, they still own the...
Topics: greek, greek history, greek diaspora, kingston, kingston history, greek canadian, greek canadians,...
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Jul 8, 2020
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The interview is in English. Maria is the daughter of Frank Karis who together with his uncle Peter Karis were one of earliest Greek families to settle in Kingston during the early 1910s. Frank Karis married Anastasia Kontos who was born in Canada from Greek parents. The family was involved in the confection and ice cream making business. Maria married Ted Brusalis, a Greek immigrant who owned and ran restaurants in Kingston. In this interview, Maria speaks about the growth of the early Greek...
Topics: greek, greek history, greek diaspora, kingston, kingston history, greek canadian, greek canadians,...
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Jul 8, 2020
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The interview is in Greek. Afro (Afroditi) is a Pontian Greek (or Pontic Greek) who was born in Nea Kerasounta of Preveza prefecture in Greece. Her grandparents and her father came to Greece in 1922 as refugees from the south shores of the Black Sea, the area of the Pontian Greeks. She came to Montreal in 1964, as a domestic worker – a program organized between the Greek and Canadian governments in order to send young Greek women abroad. In 1971 she moved to Kingston with her husband and her...
Topics: greek, greek history, greek diaspora, kingston, kingston history, greek canadian, greek canadians,...
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The interview is in Greek. Mike was born in 1928 at Hiliomodi of Corinth Greece. He came to Kingston in the early 50s to join his brother Theodoros, after fighting in World War II  and  Greece’s civil war. Within this interview, he speaks about his years in both wars. After World War II Canada allowed everyone that served as soldier in Europe to come to Canada freely, and so Mike came to Kingston. Initially he worked at the Davis Tannery for 11 years, and afterwards worked for Queens...
Topics: greek, greek history, greek diaspora, kingston, kingston history, greek canadian, greek canadians,...
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Jul 8, 2020
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This is an interview with Dr. Glykeria Martou, a member of the Greek Community of Kingston.  For more info, visit https://kingstongreekhistoryproject.com/interview-audio-archives/
Topics: greek, greek canadian, greek history, greek canadian history, greek diaspora, oral history,...
LISTEN TO GEORGE KATINAS DESCRIBE HIS CULTURE SHOCK WHEN IMMIGRATING TO KINGSTON, HIGHLIGHTING THE DIFFERENT NORMS BETWEEN GREEK AND CANADIAN CULTURES
Topics: greek history, history, greek, greek canadians, kingston
LISTEN TO MARIA KARIS BROUSALIS DESCRIBE THE BUSINESSES HER FATHER AND UNCLE RAN, AS ONE OF THE EARLIEST GREEK FAMILIES TO IMMIGRATE TO KINGSTON.
Topics: kingston, greek, history, greek history
LISTEN TO MARGARET ZAKOS AND PEGGY GERACIMO DESCRIBE THEIR GRANDPARENTS’ IMMIGRATION TO KINGSTON IN 1914
Topics: greek history, greek, history, kingston
AUDIO CLIP: LISTEN TO MANOS TRYFONOPOULOS DESCRIBE HOW HE HELPED A DIVIDED COMMUNITY BECOME UNITED AGAIN THROUGH PUTTING ON A CHILDREN’S PLAY
Topics: greek, history, greek history, kingston
AUDIO CLIP: LISTEN TO FATHER CHRYSOSTOMOS ACHILLEOS DESCRIBE HOW THE ORTHODOX CHURCH STIMULATES THE FIVE SENSES.
Topics: greek, history, greek history, kingston, greek orthodox
LISTEN TO SPIRO AND MAUREEN SAKELL DESCRIBE WHAT IT WAS LIKE ORGANIZING AND ATTENDING FOLKLORE
Topics: greek, history, greek history, kingston
LISTEN TO AFRO IOANNIDIS SPEAK ABOUT HER EXPERIENCE IMMIGRATING TO CANADA AS A DOMESTIC WORKER
Topics: greek history, greek canadian history, greek, kingston
AUDIO CLIP 1: LISTEN TO CLEO FRANTZESKOS DESCRIBE HER EXPERIENCES AS A GREEK SCHOOL TEACHER, AND THE IMPORTANCE OF GREEK SCHOOL FOR PASSING DOWN BOTH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE.
Topics: greek, history, kingston, greek canadians
Listen to John Karkoulis explain how the Greek Community purchased and renovated the church in the 1960s. 
Topics: greek, kingston, greek history, history, Greek Canadians
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Listen to Voula Stathopoulos describe how she met her husband.
Topics: greek history, greek, greek canadian, kingston
Listen to to Peter Fountas describe his journey by ship from Greece to Halifax as a child.
Topics: greek history, greek, history, Greek canadians
Listen to Paula Antonakos Boswell describe her experience marrying a non-Greek.
Topics: Greek, history, kingston, greek canadians
LISTEN TO GEORGE KATINAS DESCRIBE THE IMPORTANCE OF PASSING DOWN THE GREEK LANGUAGE TO HIS DAUGHTER
Topics: greek, history, kingston, kghp, language, culture, greek canadian
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Feb 25, 2019
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LISTEN TO MANOS TRYFONOPOULOS DESCRIBE HOW HE HELPED A DIVIDED COMMUNITY BECOME UNITED AGAIN THROUGH PUTTING ON A CHILDREN’S PLAY
Topics: greek, history, kingston
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Feb 25, 2019
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LISTEN TO GEORGE KATINAS DESCRIBE THE IMPORTANCE OF PASSING DOWN THE GREEK LANGUAGE TO HIS DAUGHTER
Topics: greek, history, kingston
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Feb 25, 2019
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LISTEN TO MANOS TRYFONOPOULOS DESCRIBE HOW HE HELPED A DIVIDED COMMUNITY BECOME UNITED AGAIN THROUGH PUTTING ON A CHILDREN’S PLAY
Topics: greek, history, kingston
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The interview is in Greek, Toula’s daughter (Marina Leos) was also present. Toula was born in 1930 at Stadio, Arcadia Greece. She came to Canada in 1953. In 1963 she married Louis Leos, and their wedding was the last Greek wedding hosted in St. George’s Cathedral before the Greek Church was bought in 1964. Both Toula and Louis were extremely active in the Greek Community throughout their lives. Together they owned businesses such as the Queen’s Tea Room. In her interview, Toula speaks...
Topics: greek community, greek history, kingston history, greek canadian history, greek canadian
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Fil came to Canada in 1951, following his brother Leukos who came to Kingston for studies at Queen’s University. Instead of attending university, Fil began working in construction at a time when very few Greeks were in that industry. He eventually bought a dairy bar from Manos Tryfonopolous and ran it for 20 years. He married Maria in 1966 after her met her on a trip to Cyprus, and asked her to follow him to Canada. In his interview, Fil speaks about his marriage and his children. He...
Topics: greek community, greek history, greek canadian history, greek canadian, kingston, kingston history
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Maria Triada was born and raised in Tripoli, Arkadia, Greece in 1942. She graduated from high school in 1961 and married her current husband, Peter Karkoulis. The Karkoulis family immigrated to Canada in 1962, and Maria Triada joined them. In her interview, Maria Triada speaks about her strong academic (and athletic) abilities and her dreams to study in University; how she met her husband; her experience immigrating to Canada; how she saw the Greek church become established; and much more....
Topics: greek community, greek history, greek canadian, greek canadian history, greek immigration, greek...
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This is an interview with Spiro Sakell, a member of the Greek Community of Kingston.  For more info, visit https://kingstongreekhistoryproject.com/interview-audio-archives/
Topics: greek community, greek history, kingston history, greek canadian history, greek canadian
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Nov 19, 2018 Kingston Greek History Project
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The interview is in English. Peggy Geracimo and Margaret Zakos are two of the granddaughters of James Zakos. James Zakos (Dimitrios Zekios) came to Kingston in 1914 and together with his family owned several businesses. The Zakos family was an important and well-known family from the first wave of Greek immigration to Kingston (pre-WW2 immigration wave). Peggy’s father was Chris Zakos and Margaret’s father was Thomas Zakos. According to the wishes of the two narrators the interview was not...
Topics: greek history, kingston history, greek immigration, greek canadians
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Nov 19, 2018 Kingston Greek History Project
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The interview is in Greek and took place after the interview of her husband Pandelis Betas. Voula was born at Halki of the Corinth prefecture in Greece. She came to Canada in 1965 to marry Pandelis, who she met through an arranged marriage. Voula was 19 years old when she arrived in Canada. She has three children and worked for 26 years at the hospital. While her children were growing up, she was very passionate about up-keeping their Greek language and heritage, and brought them to Greek...
Topics: greek history, kingston, kingston history, greek immigration, greek canadians
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Sep 24, 2018
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This interview was conducted as part of the Kingston Greek History project. For more information, visit our website at kingstongreekhistoryproject.com NOTE: This material is provided for personal use and private study only. The digital files and its contents will not be further reproduced or published in part or in full without the written consent of the Kingston Greek History Project or the appropriate copyright holder. If you have any concerns about the content/copyright of any of our posted...
Topics: Greek history, kingston history, kingston, greek, greece, immigration
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Sep 24, 2018
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This interview was conducted as part of the Kingston Greek History project. For more information, visit our website at kingstongreekhistoryproject.com Cleo and Andreas Frantzeskos are Greek Cypriots who came to Canada after Turkey invaded Cyprus in 1974. They lived in Saskatchewan for couple years and then moved to Kingston in 1994. NOTE: This material is provided for personal use and private study only. The digital files and its contents will not be further reproduced or published in part or...
Topics: greek, history, cyprus, greek, greece, greek history, kingston, kingston history
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Sep 24, 2018
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This interview was conducted as part of the Kingston Greek History project. For more information, visit our website at kingstongreekhistoryproject.com Cleo and Andreas Frantzeskos are Greek Cypriots who came to Canada after Turkey invaded Cyprus in 1974. They lived in Saskatchewan for couple years and then moved to Kingston in 1994. NOTE: This material is provided for personal use and private study only. The digital files and its contents will not be further reproduced or published in part or...
Topics: greek history, greek, history, cyprus, kingston, kingston history
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Sep 23, 2018
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* A five-part interview * This interview was conducted as part of the Kingston Greek History project. For more information, visit our website at kingstongreekhistoryproject.com. The interview is in English. Peter, his mother and his brother came to Kingston in 1965. Peter’s father had been to Canada before on his own. Peter lived for some time in Toronto. Peter and his family owned and run restaurants. NOTE: This material is provided for personal use and private study only. The digital files...
Topics: greek, history, greek history, history, canada, immigration, greece, kingston, kingston history
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This interview was conducted as part of the Kingston Greek History project. For more information, visit our website at kingstongreekhistoryproject.com Paula Antonakos is an extremely active member of the Greek community in Kingston - from being a Sunday School teacher to being heavily involved in the church council. Paula is also the Community Lead of the Kingston Greek History Project.
Topics: kingston, kingston history, kingston greek history, greek, immigration, greek history
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Aug 27, 2018
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George Katinas is the Project Lead of the Kingston Greek History Project. In this interview, done on August 13, 2018, he discusses his immigration to Canada, his experience in Kingston's Greek community, and much more.
Topics: kingston greek, greek, kingston, history, kingston history, greek history, immigration
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Aug 27, 2018
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The Dafnas family was one of the first Greek families to settle in Kingston. To see more of our archives and learn more about the Greeks in Kingston, visit our website at kingstongreekhistoryproject.news.blog
Topics: kingston history, greek history, kingston, greek, immigration
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Aug 27, 2018
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This collection contains various Pappas family archival documents, including census forms and city directories. The Pappas family was one of the first Greek families to immigrate to Kingston. To find out more, visit our website at kingstonhistoryproject.news.blog
Topics: pappas, kingston, kingston history, history, greek, greek history
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Aug 27, 2018
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This collection includes news articles from Speal's 1972 municipal election (Mayor of Kingston), his meeting with the Queen, and more.
Topics: speal, greek history, greek, history, kingston, kingston history
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Aug 22, 2018
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To see the accompanying interview, and to see more of our archives, visit our archive.org page or visit our website at kingstongreekhistoryproject.news.blog This collection contains census information, city directories, and more for one of the first Greek families to settle in Kingston.
Topics: History, kingston, pappas, early greeks, greek immigration
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Aug 22, 2018
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To see the accompanying interview, and to see more of our archives, visit our archive.org page or visit our website at kingstongreekhistoryproject.news.blog
Topics: document, greek, history, kingston
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Aug 21, 2018
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To see the accompanying interview, and to see more of our archives, visit our archive.org page or visit our website at kingstongreekhistoryproject.news.blog Fr C is a former priest in Kingston's Greek Orthodox Church. This collection includes photos from his daughter's baptism and his first liturgy in Kingston.
Topics: greek, community, priest, church, greek community, greek church
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Aug 21, 2018
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This collection includes census information, naturalization documents, passenger documents, photos, and more.  Family photo is the Zakoos/Sakell family photo. For more information about us, and to see more of our archives, visit our website at kingstongreekhistoryproject.news.blog
Topics: kingston, history, greek history, greek immigration
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Aug 21, 2018
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For more information about us, and to see more of our archives, visit our website at kingstongreekhistoryproject.news.blog
Topics: maps, kingston, Greek history, Kingston history
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Aug 21, 2018
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This collection contains mixed archival documents about the Karis family in Kingston, one of the first Greek families to arrive here. For more information about us, and to see more of our archives, visit our website at kingstongreekhistoryproject.news.blog
Topics: greek history, kingston history, kingston, Greeks, greeks in kingston
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Aug 21, 2018
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This collection contains mixed archival documents about the Zakos family in Kingston, one of the first Greek families to arrive here. For more information about us, and to see more of our archives, visit our website at kingstongreekhistoryproject.news.blog
Topics: kingston, greek, zakos, greek history, kingston history
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Aug 21, 2018
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This collection contains newspaper articles and excerpts from Folklore books. Visit our website at kingstongreekhistoryproject.news.blog for more of our archives and info about us.
Topics: kingston, folklore, greek, greek folklore
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Aug 21, 2018
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This collection includes a church sketch and an article about our church. To see more of our collection, visit our archive.org page or our website at kingstongreekhistoryproject.news.blog
Topics: church, kingston, greek history, greeks in kingston, kingston history, church, greek church
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Aug 20, 2018
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This Leos Family Photo Collection includes photos donated by Toula Leos, featuring photos of her late husband, Louis, as well. It includes: Louis' life chronology, a photo of their old restaurant - the Queen's Tea Room, and more. To see the full interview that accompanies this collection, visit our archive.org page or visit our website at kingstongreekhistoryproject.news.blog
Topics: kingston, greek history, greek history project, kingston greeks, leos
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Aug 20, 2018
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This collection contains photos donated by Fil Menikefs, including a current picture of him and his wife, a photo of him at his wedding, and photos of him with other early Kingston Greeks in Gananoque. To see the complimentary interview for these photos, and to see our other collections, visit our archive.org page and our website at https://kingstongreekhistoryproject.news.blog
Topics: greeks, fil menikefs, menikefs, greeks kingston, kingston, greek immigration, canada
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Contains: news articles, photos from 1996 AHEPA meeting at the Masonic temple on Queens Street, and installation of Chris Zakos as Supreme vice for Canada. Also includes daughters of Penelope articles and photos. For more info and related documents, visit our archive.org page or our website at https://kingstongreekhistoryproject.news.blog
Topics: kingston, greek, Greeks in Kingston, AHEPA, daughters of Penelope
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This collection was donated by Voula Stathopolous to aid in the Kingston Greek History Project. Her corresponding interview can be found in our archive.org profile, or on our website: https://kingstongreekhistoryproject.news.blog 
Topics: Kingston, kingston greeks, greek history, greek history project, immigration
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Aug 17, 2018 Kingston Greek History Project
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George Karis is the uncle of Maria Karis. Visit our website, https://kingstongreekhistoryproject.news.blog , for more info - to find interviews, texts, and more. This photo collection includes: birth certificates, Canadian citizenship documents, migration documents, and more.
Topics: Kingston, Greek, immigration, Kingston greek history project, history, kingston history, greek...
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Aug 17, 2018 Kingston Greek History Project
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This collection contains photos provided by Maria Triada and John Karkoulis. John Karkoulis and his two brothers, George and Peter, own the Travelodge Hotel. He was born at Thana, Tripoli in the prefecture of Arcadia in Greece. He came to Kingston in the early 50s to join his older brother George and his younger brother Pete who were already living in Kingston. The three brothers, before buying the La Sale Motel in 1966, owned a restaurant at Princess and Division. John was involved with the...
Topics: Greek community, Greek, Greek community Kingston, Kingston
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Greek Section of the Cataraqui Cemetery (Kingston) Photo Collection
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T oday marks the anniversary of the 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus, an event which had tragic effects on the Greek community within Cyprus. To remember this day, and to show how the invasion had effects on members within our own Greek community in Kingston, we are presenting a clip from an interview with the Cypriot Andreas Frantzeskos. Here, he speaks about needing to leave Cyrpus to come to Canada following the invasion.
Topics: greek history project, greek, history, cyprus
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Mar 14, 2018 The Kingston Greek History Project
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An interview with Voula Stathopolous, interviewed by George Katinas, for the Kingstom Greek History Project.
Topics: Greek history, history, kingston greek history, queen's, greek community, canada, greek
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Jan 20, 2018 Kingston Greek History Project
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Afro Ioannidou Interview Part 2, Interviewed by George Katinas The interview is in Greek. Afro (Afroditi) is a Pontian Greek (or Pontic Greek) who was born in Nea Kerasounta of Preveza prefecture in Greece. Her grandparents and her father came to Greece in 1922 as refugees from the south shores of the Black Sea, the area of the Pontian Greeks. She came to Montreal in 1964, as a domestic worker. In 1971 she moved to Kingston with her husband and two of her children.
Topics: Kingston, Greek, History, Greek History Project
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Jan 20, 2018 Kingston Greek History Project
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Afro Ioannidou Interview Part 1, Interviewed by George Katinas The interview is in Greek. Afro (Afroditi) is a Pontian Greek (or Pontic Greek) who was born in Nea Kerasounta of Preveza prefecture in Greece. Her grandparents and her father came to Greece in 1922 as refugees from the south shores of the Black Sea, the area of the Pontian Greeks. She came to Montreal in 1964, as a domestic worker. In 1971 she moved to Kingston with her husband and two of her children.
Topics: Greek history project, greek, history, Kingston
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Jan 20, 2018 The Kingston Greek History Project
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Interview with Catherine Penney, interviewed by Angeline Boswell Catherine Penney describes how she became drawn to the Greek Orthodox Church, leading her on a journey to Greece and to Monasteries around the world, exploring the faith. Today, she is the Presvytera (the wife of the Priest, although she describes how the role encompasses much more than that) at Koimisis Tis Theotokou Greek Orthodox Church in Kingston. Catherine tells us her aspirations for the future, and what being a Presvytera...
Topics: Greek history project, greek, history, Kingston
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Jan 20, 2018 Kingston Greek History Project
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Maria Triada Karkoulis interview Part 1, Interviewed by George Katinas
Topics: greek history project, greek, history, kingston
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Jan 20, 2018 Kingston Greek History Project
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 Maria Triada Karkoulis interview Part 1, interviewed by George Katinas.
Topics: greek history project, greek, history, kingston